de Bono Network
de Bono credentials and logos
Here are the guidelines and logos to ensure a consistent approach to the identity of de Bono globally. If everyone complies with these guidelines then the network will be stronger and better able to defend against infringement.
You have permission to use these logos until your contract expires.
These images can be downloaded from here.
They are deliberately LARGE on this page and you can shrink them down for your use.
We have EPS, JPEG, SVG, TIFF, VECTOR files.
And the logo reversed with black on white.
Please contact email@example.com if you need something that is not on this page.
Once the dBTS printed certificates have run out, de Bono will not be printing more.
We plan to use digital credentials (badges and certificates). These can be shared on social media and published on websites to increase the visibility of the de Bono methods, the digital equivalent to a certificate on a wall.
All of the badges use the trademark "de Bono" this gives us legal protection against copying. If a badge is copied by an unauthorised user then we have legal remedies to require that person to stop using the badge.
Badges for Distributors
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Digital Credentials for participants
Distributors are welcome to issue de Bono branded certificates and badges to participants (see below).
You can add your details to these certificates and distribute them digitally or print them out, as you wish.
You can also share the badges.
Participant badges can also be downloaded and shared on social media by participants that have finished the course. Here are some examples of the pages for sharing the badges by participants.
There is an important distinction to be made between credentials for participants and trainers.
The latter requires a verifiable system to ensure there are no unauthorised users of the credentials.
Digital Credentials for accredited users (previously referred to as certified trainers)
de Bono is now issuing digital credentials to accredited users.
Further details are at https://www.debono.com/branding-for-accredited-users
Credentials can also be withdrawn or expire.